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Simulation Framework for a Visual-Inertial Navigation System

Citation Author(s):
Patrick Irmisch, Dirk Baumbach, Ines Ernst, Anko Börner
Submitted by:
Patrick Irmisch
Last updated:
18 September 2019 - 3:18am
Document Type:
Poster
Document Year:
2019
Event:
Presenters:
Patrick Irmisch
Paper Code:
2202

Abstract

The ability to test methods based on simulated data is an important component in the development of intelligent localization systems at the present time. This includes the replication of realistic environments and sensors on the one hand. On the other hand, an implementation of a correct movement profile of the target mobile platform is required. This is complicated by the large variety of possible platform variants. We propose a method to transfer movement profiles that have been recorded in real world into a simulation environment. The associated modular simulation framework was designed especially, but not limiting, for the development of visual-inertial odometry of a handheld navigation system. We demonstrate the application of our pipeline through an experiment to determine the influence of motion blur on the visual odometry component.

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